Student section looks after admission, registration of students, scholarships, concession, identity card, transcript and bonafide certificates, charachter certificates. Situated at Main Building (01).
Coordinator : Prof.(Dr.) U. V. Shah
Co-Coordinator : Dr. D. R. Gohel
The college has a rich library having total 21,050 books and 6,609 volumes coasting more than Rs. 28 lacs. Every year the college purchases new books to enrich the collection of the library and to keep the readers abreast with latest knowledge, journals, periodicals and proceeding for various disciplines are regular feature of library. It also provides audio visual learning resources and teaching aids. It has a large well furnished space for reading and reference. The library has the latest collection of reference books, handbooks, encyclopediae and Indian standards. The e-library is setup using computers provided by State Government. Each student will get two cards from library. Students can borrow maximum two books for a maximum 15 days from the library.
Coordinator : Prof. R. P. Vyasa
Co-Coordinator : Prof. N. V. Upadhyay
The College has a Boys Hostel near its campus having four independent blocks to accommodate students who come from the different parts of Gujarat and from other states. The Boys Hostel has provision for accommodation for around 444 students in 148 rooms across various semesters. Students can stay in the hostel for maximum up to six semesters only. The Mess is operated twice a day at lunch and at dinner.
Rector : Dr. V. M. Patel
|Warden & Take Carer||A||Prof. V. J. Chauhan (ME Dept.)||Prof. J. J. Patel (IT Dept.)|
|B||Prof. L. S. Narsingani (HSD Dept.)||Prof. J. R. Bhavsar (Mech Dept.)|
|C||Prof. V. R. Gor (Civil Dept.)||Prof. G. N. Limbad(HSD Dept.)|
|D||Prof. T. A. Chaudhary (EE Dept.)||Prof. T. A. Chaudhary (EE Dept.)|
|Electrical work||Prof. S. J. Patel (EE Dept.)|
|Cleaning Supervision||Prof. M. G. Kazi (EC Dept.)|
|Furniture and Miscellaneous||Prof. I. R. Kalasva (Mech Dept.)|
|Hostel Clerk||Prof. B. B. Vansh (Civil Dept.)|
|Advisory committee||Prof.R.G.Motwani(Civil Dept.)|
The College has been excelling in sports for over decades. Every year the College holds Sports Carnival, Inter-class matches and Sports Day. For proper training and grooming of players the College provides coaching facilities to the players for different games.The College campus has large open ground for outdoor sports activities. The College has teams for Cricket, Football, Hockey, Basket Ball, Badminton, Table Tennis, Kabbadi, Kho-Kho, etc...
Gymkhana building houses canteen, table tennis room, tennis court etc...
Vice President : Dr. B. J. Shah
The Seminar Room is a space that seats up to around 120 people. Featuring a large whiteboard, 2 medium-sized tables, a podium, and a projector and small speaker set (in the media closet), fully air-conditioned, the Seminar Room is the ideal location for a guest lecture, a meeting, or a conference. The seminar room is one of the state-of-art facility in the college. It is equipped with the audio system and projection facilities. Lectures of prominent people, seminars and discussions are organized here. The hall is often used for Debates, Seminars, Council meeting and society’s events etc.
With Internet facilities in the well-equipped internet lab, providing high speed of connectivity the student can surf the net together unlimited information. No food or drink is allowed in any of the computer rooms. The computer facilities include several well-equipped computer laboratories, a computer network laboratory and a computer help desk which is available to assist students, faculty and administration staff. Most computer laboratories are free from classes and they are available exclusively to the students on their allotted time carrying out their assignments, practicing, researching or for exploring the Internet.
Each department has its own computer center with net connectivity of 100 MBPS leased line of NKN internet and all centers are connected with internet facility.
College campuses pose many unique challenges when it comes to security. A video surveillance system must be carefully planned out in order to keep watch over the diverse assortment of facilities that comprise a typical campus community. A system of properly installed campus security cameras will go a long way in ensuring the safety of students, faculty, and facilities on campus.
Campus is secured with 55 CCTV cameras connected with central monitoring system to monitor the class room activities from principal office and from DTE office.
Video allows colleges to expand globally at much less cost. A video conference is a live communications connection between people in separate locations involving audio, video, and often data transmission (text, graphics, PowerPoint presentations, sharing Word or Excel documents, etc.).
College is connected with video conferencing system of DTE office, Gandhinagar.